24 Nov
PPAP’s Influence on Industry Standards Compliance: A Comprehensive Overview

The Production Part Approval Process (PPAP) plays a pivotal role in ensuring quality control and product safety across diverse industries. Its significance lies in providing a systematic and standardized approach for the approval of new or modified parts before their […]

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8 Aug
Critical Raw Materials Act: Recent Developments you Should Not Miss

In March 2023, the European Commission proposed a regulation on critical raw materials. With the European Critical Raw Materials Act, the EU aims to ensure the secure and sustainable supply of critical raw materials throughout the region, reducing its dependence […]

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19 Jun
Reporting on Chemical Safety and REACH Compliance with IUCLID

The International Uniform Chemical Information Database (IUCLID) has recently updated its information requirements for registering chemicals in accordance with the REACH Regulation to ensure they comply with the regulation. As a result of the streamlined formats and absoluteness check rules […]

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15 Jun
Social Compliance in Supply Chain Management: What You Need to Know

The management of social compliance is an integral part of supply chain management. To ensure that all parties involved in the production and delivery of goods adhere to ethical, societal, and environmental standards. A company’s reputation is more likely to […]

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28 Apr
How important the IMDS OEM’s Acceptance Criteria is?

IMDS rules and recommendations are the key factors for IMDS reporting. Each supplier should know about these key elements before the IMDS submission to their customers or OEMs. Apart from the IMDS guidelines, it is mandatory for the supplier to […]

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1 Mar
New York joins in the club of PFAS substance’s ban in Apparels and Clothing

What is PFAS? PFAS, or per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances, are a group of manufactured chemicals that have been widely used in a variety of industrial and consumer products that leads to cause health problems such as cancer, liver damage, and […]

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25 Sep
Annex II of the ELV directive relaxes rules for automotive system development

Automotive hardware design is a lucrative area for mechanical engineering professionals – but fraught with environmental compliance management issues. As well as GADSL and the international material data system, there’s also the ELV (end of life vehicle) directive. Like the […]

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